Wood County 4-H member Kierney Wallis recently won a “Best of Show” award in the “People” Division of the State 4-H Photography Contest; which included a $250 cash award.
Kierney also received 10th place in the Safety and Accident Prevention public speaking contest and she participated in the Senior Photography Judging contest, all as part of the 2018 State 4-H Round-Up at Texas A & M University.
Kierney also recently attended a workshop to serve as a “Healthy Texas” Youth Ambassador for the coming year.
At the recent District 4-H Leadership Lab; Jentri Jackson was elected as 3rd vice President of the District 4-H Council for the 2018-19 year. Jentri is the daughter of Jerry & Tracie Jackson and is a member and officer of the Quitman 4-H & County 4-H Council. Jentri was also selected to serve as a Texas 4-H Livestock Ambassador and help be a positive voice for agriculture and livestock production in Texas.